Seat Agreement Echa

EU agencies are an integral part of the EU`s institutional system. The heads of the agencies have set up a network which provides a forum for coordination, exchange of information and agreement on common positions on issues of common interest. The network strengthens the voice of EU agencies and promotes good governance. The implementation of this Agreement shall be carried out through technical meetings and a multiannual work plan. The work plan addresses specific issues in five areas of cooperation: this Agreement aims to improve efficiency by improving technical cooperation in order to exchange knowledge, experience and best practices in chemicals management. In 2010, Canada and the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). This agreement, based on technical and scientific cooperation, is important because it contributes to the exchange of expertise between Europe and Canada in chemicals management. Cooperation with the EU and other partners helps Canada improve the effectiveness of its national risk assessment and chemicals system. This agreement is important for Canada because it can do so: since its inception, the network has helped EU decentralised agencies and joint undertakings to manage and manage resources and has helped them to better deliver the many services they offer to EU citizens on legal, technical and scientific issues.

The EU network was set up by the heads of agencies to enable a coordinated approach to information exchange and common position agreements. On the occasion of International Women`s Day, 8 March, celebrating the Women`s Rights Movement, more than 40 EU agencies and joint undertakings are joining a joint declaration against sexual harassment in the workplace. At the initiative of the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE), the declaration signed by the heads of the agencies declares zero tolerance for harassment and gender inequalities. Heads of EU agencies have committed to informing their employees that harassment in the workplace is not acceptable, ensuring compliance with existing legislation and staff regulations, promoting diversity in the workplace and creating an environment of trust in the workplace. Deloitte study, on behalf of the Community Network of Agencies Canada`s Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) provides general policy authority. . . .